The greatest live album from classic rock band Led Zeppelin. This DVD spans 10 years of live performances from Royal Albert Hall in 1970, Madison Square Garden in 1973, Earls Court in 1975, and Knebworth in 1979. It also includes some rare TV clips and interviews, which I find to be some of the best footage I've seen from a band. This might be a biased review seeing as how they're one of my favorite classic rock bands ever. From the brooding bassline in "Dazed and Confused" to the timeless epic in "Since I've Been Loving You", Led Zeppelin has been one of the pioneers of many bands of today. And with good measure to, every album they released has been top notch fantastic. The 30-minute live gig for Danish televison should be viewed to know how magical their music was and still is. We have some outtakes from the motion picture in "The Song Remains The Same", another great DVD in it's own right. I own both myself. That shows them in Madison Square Garden in 1973. The best live show I've seen of them ever. Sadly, I wasn't born in that era, but I love that they released this DVD for the fans who missed out on some great live music from that time. I just wish they could have added "All My Love" in the setlist. God, I love that song. But, thank you, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, the great John Paul Jones and John Bonham for the tunes and memories.